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Omar Faruk
Jun 23, 2022
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Your old content is a treasure trove of Real Estate Photo Editing new ideas. However, only a small percentage of marketers use them. Each time you create new content, you can not only republish and reuse it, but also mine for additional ideas other Real Estate Photo Editing than the main topic to create sequels, spin-offs, and other related content. please think about it. An average 1,500-word blog post can have one major topic or theme. However, it may contain some important points and topics. And within each of them, there are more Real Estate Photo Editing details and examples. Any of those points could be your next hit content, as long as you consider using them. I like to call it the brainstorming "sequel and spin-off" method. Next, let's see how it can be used the next time you need to fill in the content calendar. 1. Write a sequel to old but still relevant content The first way to come up with new ideas using old content is to consider which of the old posts Real Estate Photo Editing requires "Part 2" (or "Part 3"). advertisement Continue reading below This is true if the general topic of the content is still relevant, but the rest of the information is not. For example, consider a social media image size guide. This topic is always relevant, but the actual Real Estate Photo Editing information changes frequently. Examples of social media image guides Updating existing content on such topics can be a daunting task. Much of the information changes and changes frequently, which can be a nightmare for project management and systems for marketers whose Real Estate Photo Editing mission is to keep information up to date. advertisement Continue reading below Instead, many brands create annual guides for things like this. They publish a new sequel once a year, linking to the latest editions of the last few years, and both the audience and marketers know when the next update will take place. The sequel strategy is great for ideas where the
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